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Heavy metal concentration in fish tissues inhabiting waters of "Buško Blato" reservoir


Has-Schön, Elizabeta; Bogut, Ivan; Rajković, Valentina; Horvatić, Janja; Bogut, Stjepan; Čačić, Milan
Heavy metal concentration in fish tissues inhabiting waters of "Buško Blato" reservoir // The 5th International Conference on Reservoir Limnology and Water Quality: "Reservoir - establishing the balance between human use and biotic integrity"-
Brno, Czech Republic: Academy of Science of the Czech Republic, Institute of Botany, 2006. str. 213-216 (poster, nije recenziran, sažetak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Heavy metal concentration in fish tissues inhabiting waters of "Buško Blato" reservoir

Autori
Has-Schön, Elizabeta ; Bogut, Ivan ; Rajković, Valentina ; Horvatić, Janja ; Bogut, Stjepan ; Čačić, Milan

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

Izvornik
The 5th International Conference on Reservoir Limnology and Water Quality: "Reservoir - establishing the balance between human use and biotic integrity"- / - Brno, Czech Republic : Academy of Science of the Czech Republic, Institute of Botany, 2006, 213-216

Skup
The 5th International Conference on Reservoir Limnology and Water Quality: "Reservoir - establishing the balance between human use and biotic integrity"-

Mjesto i datum
Brno, Czech Republic, 27-31.08.2006

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Nije recenziran

Ključne riječi
Heavy metals concentration; fish tissues; atomic absorption spectrophotometry; Buško Blato reservoir; Bosnia and Herzegovina

Sažetak
Heavy metals concentration (mercury, lead, cadmium, arsenic, copper, zinc and chromium) in tissues (muscles, liver, kidney and gonads) of brown trout, the souffie, the nase and Dalmatian barbelgudgeon, inhabiting waters of Buško Blato reservoir in Bosnia and Herzegovina, has been determined by atomic absorption spectrophotometry. Only arsenic and chromium concentrations were in all tissues of each fish sort lower than maximal admissible concentration (MAC) in Croatia and most other countries. The lowest level of all heavy metals were always in gonads, with higher values in fry compared to milt for copper, zinc, chromium and arsenic. Our general conclusion is that the meat (muscles) of the fish sorts inhabiting waters of Buško Blato does not contain elevated concentration of most analyzed heavy metals with exception of lead (higher than MAC in Italy, Germany and Denmark) and mercury (in muscles of brown trout higher than MAC in most countries). The highest copper concentration is observed in the liver from the souffie which is suggested as a suitable biomonitor for copper intoxication.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Biologija



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